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DURFEE COLLEGE 62 



DEDICATION 

The Class o£ 1962, through the staff of Durfee College '62, respectfully 
dedicates this publication to those people, the administration, students, and 
other citizens throughout the area, nameless through their very numbers, who 
helped in obtaining accreditation for our college- 
Realizing that besides the invaluable education we all received during 
the past four years, accreditation has been the most important single event of 
our scholastic careers, we humbly express a sincere Thank You to all. 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



We are all indebted to the graduates of this class for their constant and 
indispensable support of our efforts toward the long sought goal of accreditation 
which was achieved in December 1961. 

We know that you will forcefully and successfully meet the challenges 
of the future with the same consideration, mature judgement and virile deter- 
mination which were so essential to the improvement of your college. 



William J. Holland 
President 




YEAR BOOK 




CHARLES ASHWORTH 

Assistant Business Manager 




THOMAS FLYNN 
Business Manager 



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WILLIAM F. CONNELLY 

Editor 





LEO LANOUETTE 

Co-Editor 



STAFF 




PAUL DESFORGE 

Assistant Business Manager 




HENRY LEVESQUE 

Photographer— Art Editor 



JAMES MANTON 
Co-Editor 



CLASS HISTORY 



1958-59 

The Class of 1962 entered Tech in Septem- 
ber, 1958, numbering more than one hundred 
and thirty students, including more than a score 
of veterans. 

In December 1958, news was announced that 
Dr. James W. Watters, Head of the Chemistry 
Department at Tech, had accepted a position 
with the National Academy of Sciences— National 
Research Council. 

Dr. Watters was succeeded as head of the 
department by Dr. Walter E. Conrad, a graduate 
of Wayne University, and the University of 
Kansas. 

This fall also saw the introduction of 
"Chug", Phi Psi's mascot. "Chug" was a creation 
of Tom Wong, a Phi Psi brother. 

December 19, 1958-The Student Council Christ- 
mas Party was held in the school cafeteria. A 
twenty pound turkey was raffled off. 

December 31, 1958-Epsilon Phi Pi held a gala 
New Year's Party at the Hotel New Bedford. 

January 1959— Mr. George Murphy, a graduate 
of Boston College, joined the staff of the 
English Department as an instructor in 
English. 

Dr. Errol L. Dearborn, former president of 
Farmington State Teachers' College in Maine, 
a graduate of the University of Maine, Har- 
vard University, and Columbia University, 
joined the faculty as an instructor in mathe- 
matics. 

January 24, 1959-The Student Council held its 
first dance of the new year. 

March 17, 1959— Durfee College entered a float, 
"Springtime in Erin", in the St. Patrick's Day 
Parade in Fall River. The float also was en- 
tered in the Newport, Rhode Island parade, 
and won first prize for best float from off the 
island. 

Mr. George Murphy succeeded Professor 
Rudolph La Vault as faculty advisor for "The 
Technolog". 

May 8-9, 1959— Epsilon Phi Pi's second annual 
production of "Club Epsilon", featuring 
talented brothers, as well as talent from out- 
side the fraternity, was held on these dates. 

1959-1960 

The big talk in October 1959 was on con- 
struction of the Library-Student Union Building 
on the corner of Durfee and Elm Streets. 

The construction was to be made possible 
by the Capital Outlay Bill approved by the 
Massachusetts Legislature, in the amount of 
$1,200,000. 



The opening of the fall semester in 1959 
also marked the inauguration of the new major 
in mathematics. Initial enrollment in the depart- 
ment was fourteen students. 

The Business Department added Mr. 
Manuel B. Silvia to its staff, and groundwork was 
also started at this time for the organization of 
the Newman Club. 

This year's freshman class numbered more 
than 140 students, a record enrollment at Tech. 

September 14, 1959— The Board of Trustees 
approved President Holland's budget for 
$673,174 for fiscal year 1961. This budget 
included provisions for twenty new faculty 
members, a dean, and a school nurse. 

September 28, 1959-The Student Council met 
and approved a $3,000 athletic budget for the 
year. Rules committees to govern the use of 
the student parking lot and the bulletin board 
were organized. 

October 3, 1959-Epsilon Phi Pi held the first 
fraternity dance of the year. Music was sup- 
plied by the Dick Suspiro Orchestra. 

October 5, 1959-The soccer team opened the 
season with a 2-0 victory over Brown at Aldrich 
Field in Providence. 

The "probies" from St. Anne's Hospital 
School of Nursing were very much in evidence 
this week— ridiculous costumes and all. 

October 10, 1959-Phi Psi Fraternity held its first 
dance of the season at the Village Barn in 
Westport, with Georgie Holliday's Orchestra 
providing the music. 

The groundwork was set for the organiza- 
tion of a Women's Athletic Association at 
Tech during this week. Approval for the for- 
mation of the association was received the 
following week. 

The night school program at Tech in 
1959-60 showed an enrollment of 641 students, 
an increase of 140 over the enrollment of 
1958-59. 

October 16, 1959-The Class of 1960 sponsored a 
record hop in the school cafeteria. 

October 19, 1959-The American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers Student Branch held its 
first meeting of the year. Everett Galligan, a 
1959 Tech graduate was the featured speaker. 
His topic was "Analog Computers in Problem 
Solutions." 

Dick Rounds, Class of 1962, appeared in 
a Little Theater production of "Guys and 
Dolls." 

The Board of Trustees decided to delay 
action on the preliminary plans for our pro- 
posed new buildings until a committee set up 



by Governor Furcolo decided upon the best 
course of action for Durfee Tech and New 
Bedford Institute of Technology. This com- 
mittee's report is expected "in early Novem- 
ber." 

The soccer team was still going strong, 
being undefeated for the games played thus 
far this season. 

October 30, 1959— The Varsity Club sponsored a 
record hop in the college cafeteria. 

November 2, 1959— During this week the Art 
Department inaugurated an informal discus- 
sion period, open to all members of the depart- 
ment. The meeting proved to be a very infor- 
mative, as well as a very interesting affair. 

November 5, 1959— The students, aroused by 
news that the Student Council intended to re- 
strict the use of the college parking lot to 
juniors and seniors, signed a petition asking 
that any decisions on the student parking lot 
be put before a student vote. No action was 
taken by the Student Council on the matter. 

November 7, 1959— Epsilon Phi Pi and Kappa 
Sigma Phi co-sponsored a dance, the "Hal- 
loween Howl", at Chet's Barn in Little Comp- 
ton. Music was provided by Mac and Cal 
Chrupcala and their group. 

November 10, 1959— The Engineering Society 
held an open meeting in the school audi- 
torium. Mr. Byron O. Pierce, minerologist, 
was the guest speaker. Mr. Pierce showed color- 
ful slides taken on his travels in South Amer- 
ica, the Swiss Alps, Siberia, and the Western 
United States. 

November 11, 1959— A crowd of about 175 
people watched Phi Psi's booters defeat 
Epsilon's kickers in the inter-fraternity game 
held at Father Kelly Park. The game went 
into two overtime periods, with Phi Psi finally 
winning by a score of 3 to 2. 

This week also saw the granting of the 
first Sabbatical Leave in the history of Durfee 
College. Professor Howard B. Leighton was 
the recipient of the leave. 

November 12, 1959-The newly-organized Math- 
ematics Club met in the lecture hall to hear 
a talk by Mr. Herbert. Mr. Herbert's topic 
was "Logarithms of Negative Numbers." 

This was also the week during which a 
theft occurred in the cafeteria. Mr. Murphy 
who had just purchased his lunch, remembered 
that the parking meter had just run out. He 
placed his tray on the table, ran out and fed 
the meter, and when he got back, his lunch 
had disappeared. 

November 16, 1959-A.I.E.E. held its second open 
meeting of the school year. Mr. Charles H. 
Keenan, of the Yankee Atomic Electric Com- 
pany was the guest speaker. His subject was 
"The Application of Nuclear and Electrical 
Power." 



November 24, 1959— Phi Psi's mascot, "Chug" 
disappeared. There was some question as to 
who caused the disappearance of the beloved 
nebbish. Some said Epsilon had it, qthers said 
Kappa Sigma Phi had it, and still others were 
heard to say that it was Chug's mating season, 
and he had left of his own accord. 

November 26, 1959— Epsilon held its annual 
Thanksgiving Dance at the Stone Bridge Inn. 
Mac Chrupcala and his group provided the 
sounds. 

November 28, 1959-Phi Psi held its "Chug" 
dance at the K of C Hall in Swansea. The 
Bostonians provided the music. "Chug", by 
the way, was not present at the dance. 

This week was also the week in which the 
word SOCCER was to be found everywhere. 

Phil Wetterland, a 1957 Tech graduate, 
was named coach of the basketball team. 

December 1, 1959— Still no sign of "Chug". 

December 14, 1959— Loan to Tech students under 
the National Defense Loan Program reached 
a total of 110,925. 

December 18, 1959— The annual Christmas party 
sponsored by the Student Council was held 
in the cafeteria. Many Tech students, as well 
as nurses from St. Anne's, Union, and Trues- 
dale Hospitals enjoyed the festivities 

This Student Council event was followed 
on December 21 by the Council's Christmas 
Dance at Stevenson's Restaurant. 

December 24, 1959-"Chug" returns! ! ! The 
lovable nebbish returned unannounced to 
the brothers of Phi Psi. His kidnapers turned 
him loose unharmed in room C-25. 

January 7, 1960— Dr. Conrad, head of the Chem- 
istry Department was awarded 510,150 in a 
grant from the Petroleum Research Fund for 
use in his work at Durfee Tech. He also re- 
ceived a $2,500 grant from the Research Cor- 
poration. 

January 11, 1960-MIDYEAR EXAMINA- 
TIONS BEGAN. 

January 20, 1960-MIDYEAR EXAMINA- 
TIONS ENDED. 

January 23, 1960— The Class of 1962 sponsored 
a dance at Stevenson's in Dartmouth, with 
music being provided by Lenny Page and his 
orchestra. 

January 27, 1960— The Chemistry Club pre- 
sented a movie on "Stellar Evolution", nar- 
ated by Dr. George Gamow, a noted authority 
on the origin and development of the universe. 

January 31, 1960— Tech's basketball team was 
still undefeated in conference play. 

February 2, 1960— Newman Club members 
elected officers at the first official club meet- 
ing. 



February 4, 1960— The long-awaited committee 
report on education in Southeastern Massachu- 
setts was formally announced by Governor 
Furcolo's Southeastern Massachusetts Educa- 
tional Committee. 

Among other things the report included 
a plan to turn Durfee Tech into a two-year 
community college, and to retain New Bedford 
Institute of Technology as a four year engin- 
eering college to serve the aims of higher 
education for this part of the state. 

The report met with very little support 
and was denounced by several faculty members 
as a "careless and superficial job of studying 
the situation here at the college." This also 
seemed to be the general consensus among the 
Tech students. 

During this week and the next, students 
from Tech circulated a petition asking the 
Governor to reconsider his plans to eliminate 
Durfee Tech as a four-year degree-granting 
college. More than 10,000 signatures were 
obtained in the canvass. 

February 23, 1960— New Bedford Institute of 
Technology Board of Trustees voted for a 
• merger of New Bedford and Durfee Tech. 

March 1, 1960-The Durfee College Board of 
Trustees voted unanimously to press for im- 
mediate action by the legislature on the 
consolidation proposal made by New Bedford 
Institute of Technology. 

In a poll conducted at Tech, 84% of the 
voting students were in favor of consolidation. 

March 1960— Durfee Tech's basketball team won 
the conference title. 

April 21, 1960— Norma Cornelison and Luis 
Ramos, both members of the Class of 1962, 
received honorable mention in the symbol- 
designing contest sponsored by the Founda- 
tion for World Literacy. Norma and Luis 
placed in the top 17 of the 597 entries from 
thirty states. 

April 25, 1960— Dr. Conrad was awarded a 
$4,385 grant by the National Science Founda- 
tion to continue his undergraduate training 
program here. This brought the total amount 
awarded to Dr. Conrad this year to $17,035. 

May 7, 1960— The Junior Prom was held at the 
Dartmouth Country Club. 

May 14, 1960— Alumni Day at the college. A 
banquet and dance were held at Stevenson's. 

May 16, ]9*60-FINAL EXAMINATIONS BE- 
GAN. 

May 24, 1960— The Senior Prom was held at the 
Shamrock Cliff in Newport, R. I. 



May 26, 
ENDED. 



1960-FINAL EXAMINATIONS 



1960-1961 

June 19, 1960-Professor William C. Wild, head 
of the Business Department, received his 
Master of B. A. degree from Northeastern 
University. 

September 7, 1 960— Freshman enrollment for the 
fall semester totaled 132 students. 

The beginning of the new school year also 
brought several additions to the faculty. The 
new members included Mr. Warren Babcock, 
an instructor in the Business Department, 
Miss Rose Drislan, instructor in Nursing 
Education, Mr. Donald S. Presel, a physics 
instructor, and Mr. Thomas S. Collins, of the 
Textile Department. 

October 19, 1960— Members of the Technolog 
Staff attended Newspaper Night at the Elks 
Hall. Representatives from Tech were William 
F. Connelly, the editor-in-chief, Leo R. 
Lanouette and James N. Manton, co-editors, 
and Thomas Prezalar, circulation manager. 

November 8-9, 1960— The main topic of conver- 
sation around Tech these two days was the 
national election in which Massachusetts' John 
F. Kennedy defeated Vice-President Richard 
M. Nixon in one of the closes races in history 
for the Presidency of the United States. 

November 11-12, 1960-The Geology Club, under 
the direction of Professor Eugene R. Williams, 
made a field trip to New Hampshire and 
Maine. The group stayed overnight at Profes- 
sor Williams' summer cottage in Effingham, 
New Hampshire. 

November 24, 1960— Epsilon held its annual 
Thanksgiving Dance at the Stone Bridge Inn. 

November 26, 1960— Tommy Tanous's Orchestra 
provided the sounds at Phi Psi's "Chug 
Again" Dance at the K. of C. Hall in Swansea. 

December 15, 1960— Mr. Robert Bento, a gradu- 
ate of Providence College and the University 
of Maryland, joined the faculty of Tech as an 
assistant professor of physics. 

Tech's soccer team finished the 1960 sea- 
son with a record of 2 victories and 9 defeats, 
surely not a true indication of the team's 
ability, since injuries hampered the team 
throughout the season. 

December 16, 1960-The Student Council's 
Christmas party in the cafeteria was again a 
great success. The party was followed by the 
Council's Christmas Dance on December 17, at 
the Hotel Mellen, which, in turn, was followed 
by a two-week vacation for all students. 

The Chemistry Department added a gas 
chromatograph to its equipment. This instru- 
ment, valued at $1,500, permits the analysis 
of a drop or less of liquid or of gaseous mix- 
tures in a few minutes. 



December 28-29, 1960-Durfee College partici- 
pated in the North-South Holiday Seafood 
Fiesta Basketball Tournament held at New 
Bedford. Kathy Maher was elected Tourna- 
ment Queen by the Tech Students. 

January 9, 1961-MIDYEAR EXAMINATIONS 
BEGAN. 

January 10, 1961— The Citzens Scholarship Foun- 
dation of America was launched at a banquet 
held at Venus De Milo Lounge, in Swansea. 
Sam Levenson, nationally known lecturer and 
educator was the keynote speaker at the event 
attended by more than four hundred students. 

January 18, 1961-MIDYEAR EXAMINA- 
TIONS ENDED. 

A new grading system, advocated in the 
December 1960 issue of the Technolog, went 
into effect this semester. The new system 
makes it possible for the student to know his 
grades within ten days of the close of final 
examinations, as he receives a postcard copy 
of his grades in the mail at that time. 

February 22, 1961— Phi Psi Fraternity held its 
first annual Scholarship Dance at Lincoln 
Park. The dance was a huge success, and as a 
result, a full year's scholarship was made 
available to an incoming freshman the follow- 
ing September. 

February 25, 1961— Tech's fencing team closed 
the season with a 3-4 record, after defeating 
Harvard Frosh by a score of 15-12 in the 
season's finale. 

March 2, 1961— A joint meeting of Durfee Tech 
and New Bedford Institute A.I.E.E. and I.R.E. 
members was held at Stevenson's. A dinner was 
followed by an "After Graduation Panel" dis- 
cussion. More than sixty students and instruc- 
tors from the two schools were present at the 
meeting. 

March 23, 1961 -Mr. Peter E. Donnelly, former 
principal at Rogers High School in Newport, 
was named Associate Professor of History and 
Government at the college. 

March 25, 1961— The Hotel Mellen was the set- 
ting for the Student Council's first dance of 
the new year. 

April 11, 1961-The Durfee College Glee Club 
was organized after many weeks of prepara- 
tion. 

April 12, 1961— The Chemistry Club sponsored a 
lecture by Dr. John Neumer of Brown Univer- 
sity, who spoke on "Capture of Carbene 
Radicals." 

April 18, 1961— The Freshman Dance was held 
at Stevenson's, with music supplied by Buddy 
Reis and his orchestra 



April 29, 1961— The Junior Prom, consisting of 
a buffet and a dance, was held at the Sham- 
rock Cliff Hotel in Newport. 

May 2, 1961— Members of the Student Branch of 
A.I.E.E. toured the Brown University Com- 
puter Laboratory. The IBM 7070 computer 
was demonstrated. 

May 5, 1961— Durfee College was named one of 
four examining centers for the Engineers-in- 
Training tests. 

May 15, 1961-FINAL EXAMINATIONS 
BEGAN. 

May 26, 1961-FINAL EXAMINATIONS 
ENDED. 

The Senior Prom was held at the Sham- 
rock Cliff Hotel in Newport. 

Professor Theodore P. Mead, head of the 
Art and Product Development, was awarded a 
sabbatical leave for the academic year 1961-62. 
Professor Mead will study for his doctorate in 
fine arts education at Columbia University. 

1961-1962 

All interest at Tech from September 19, 
when classes began, until December 8 was cen- 
tered around our school's bid for accreditation 
by the New England Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools. 

Enthusiasm was at a high point and activity 
was great at the school. 

Among the preparations for the visit from 
the evaluation committee were the installation 
of a new fire alarm system, relocation and re- 
moval of the bookstore, library, and some of the 
offices of members of this Business Department. 

Several instructors were added to the faculty, 
among them, Mr. Peter Donnelly, of the Depart- 
ment of History and Government, a new depart- 
ment at the school, and Mr. Jacobo Farber, of 
the Electrical Engineering Department. 

Professor Howard B. Leighton received his 
doctorate in Art Education from Columbia 
University. 

Epsilon Phi Pi Fraternity introduced its 
new mascot this year. "Reeb", as he is called, is 
a 6-foot plus, fur-covered gent. 

October 20, 1961— Delegates from Durfee College 
attended the Peace Corps Conference in 
Boston. 

November 9-10, 1961— Members of the accredita- 
tion committee visited the school. The three- 
man committee consisted of Dean Charles E. 
Stearns of Tufts University, Professor Emeritus 
Alfred J. Ferretti, formerly of Northeastern 
University, and Assistant Professor William 
Massey of Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. 



On November 9, the Talker introduced its 
new look. The design was supplied by Anthony 
Lopes, a Senior in the Art Department. 

On November 10, Mr. Hugh Morton, a 
member of the Republican City Committee, 
and Mr. John T. Farrell Jr., of the Democratic 
City Committee, spoke to members of Mr. 
Donnelly's American Government class on 
party structure and procedure. 

The week of November 15 saw a battle 
royale between the two fraternities. Epsilon 
started the fracas when it kidnaped Phi Psi's 
"Chug". Phi Psi retaliated by confiscating 
Epsilon's charter and sign from the frat house, 
along with other furnishings from the house. 
Skirmishes continued for more than a week, 
and on November 22, Phi Psi got revenge by 
kidnaping "Reeb", Epsilon's standard-bearer. 
Negotiations for the return of the mascots to 
their proper organizations fell through, and 
both Epsilon and Phi Psi held their dances 
without their mascots. 

Negotiations were resumed after the 
dances, and both "Reeb" and "Chug" were 
present at the Student Council Christmas 
Party held in the cafeteria on December 15. 

November 30, 1961— A meeting of the newly- 
organized Circle K Club was held in the col- 
lege auditorium. 

December 1, 1961— The Junior Class held its first 
dance of the year. Stevenson's Rumpus Room 
was the site for the dance, which included a 
"Twist" contest. 

December 8, 1961-"ACCREDITATION IS 
OURS" read the lead story headline on the 
December issue of the Technolog. 

December 13, 1961— Raymond F. Murphy, a 
senior Chemistry student was offered a posi- 
tion as Assistant Instructor in the Chemistry 
Department at M.I.T., beginning in Septem- 
ber, 1962. 

December 15, 1961 -The Student Council's 
Christmas Party was held in the school cafe- 
teria. "Reeb" and "Chug", the mascots, were 
on hand for the festivities. The day also 
marked the beginning of the Christmas Vaca- 
tion. Classes were resumed January 2, 1962. 

January 1962 saw the continuation of the 
Senior Interviews which had begun in Decem- 
ber. 

Plans for an Open House at the College 
in late April were discussed at this time. 

January 9, 1962— Dr. Conrad received a $4,887 
research grant from the Petroleum Research 
Fund. This brought the total received by Dr. 
Conrad from both the National Science Foun- 
dation and the Petroleum Fund to $32,212. 



January 10, 1962 Tech won its fifth basket- 
ball game of the season, defeating Curry Col- 
lege by a score of 73 to 63. 

January 15, 1962-MIDYEAR EXAMINA- 
TIONS BEGAN 

January 16, 1962— The joint committee on edu- 
cation of the state legislature recommended 
favorable action on an act authorizing the or- 
ganization of a college research foundation 
at Durfee Tech. 

The purpose of the act is to promote re- 
search at the college by obtaining, adminis- 
tering, or disposing of patents or inventions 
resulting from the research. 

January 29, 1962— Several changes in the faculty 
were made at the end of the first semester. 

George E. Murphy, an instructor in the 
Department of Languages and Literature, was 
granted a leave to enable him to complete 
study for his Masters Degree. 

Miss Margaret A. Mullaney was appointed 
temporary instructor of English at the College. 
Miss Mullaney is a graduate of Stonehill Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Richard V. Monopoli was appointed 
as an instructor in the Electrical Engineering 
Department. Mr. Monopoli received his B. S. 
in Engineering from the U. S. Naval Academy, 
and is working on his doctorate at Brown 
University. 

February 2-3, 1962-The Graduate Record Ex- 
aminations were given to Tech seniors on 
these days. 

During the spring of 1962 both Epsilon 
Phi Pi, with "Reeb", and Phi Psi, with "Chug", 
sponsored school dances. 

Phi Psi's 2nd Annual Scholarship Dance 
was held at Lincoln Park, and again was a 
huge success. 

April 1962— Durfee College's Open House, the 
first in three years, was more elaborate than 
any previously held at the school. 

The festivities, running a full week, in- 
cluded announcements over radio, coverage by 
area newspapers, a parade, an Alumni Dance, 
talks by guest speakers, and was climaxed on 
Sunday by an Open House at the College. 

Many thousands of the area's citizens took 
part in one aspect or another of the celebra- 
tion, including approximately five thousand 
visitors to the school during the Open House. 

May 1962— Work was progressing steadily on the 
new Southeastern Massachusetts Technological 
Institute. 

May 14, 1962— Senior Final Examinations Began. 
May 21, 1962-UNDERCLASSMEN FINAL 
EXAMINATIONS BEGAN 



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Freshman Yi aw 

A. 13 Foundation Coloi and Design 

A. I(> Foundation Drawing 

A.I') llislon of \,| I 

M.L.I 1 I 1 1 •_■ I i s ) i ( (imposition 

S.S.I2 History of Western Civilization 

Advertising Design 
Sophomore Year 

A.24 I he Figure I 

A.25.2 Structural Representation 

A.2(i Fainting 

A.2'1 History of Art II 

A.A.20 Advertising 

A.A.21 Advertising Design I 

M.L.2I English and American Literature 

Junior Year 

A. 32 Illustration 

A. 33 Photography 

A.34 I he Figure II 

A.39 History of Art III 

A.A.31 Advertising Design II 

A.A.32.I Graphic Reproduction I 

S.S.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

Senior Year 

A.44 The Figure III 

A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.A.41 Advertising Design III 

A.A.42 Graphic Reproduction II 

M.L.41 Public Speaking 

5.5.36.1 Principles of Psychology 
S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy 

Fashion Design and Illustration 

Sophomore Year 

A.24 The Figure I 

A.26 Painting 

A.29 History of Art II 

A.F.21 Fashion Design and Illus: ration I 

A.T.23 Textiles 

M.L.21 F.nglish & American Literature 

Junior Year 

A.32 Illustration 

A.33 Photography 

A.39 History of Art III 

A. A.32. 1 Graphic Reproduction I 

A.F.31 Fashion Design and Illustration II 

5.5.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

Senior Year 
A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.A.42 Graphic Reproduction II 

A.F.41 Fashion Design and 

Illustration III 
M.L.41 Public Speaking 

5.5.36.1 Principles of Psychology 
S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy 

Textile Styling 
Sophomore Year 
A.24 The Figure I 

A.26 Painting 

A.29 History of Art II 

A.T.21 Fabric Styling I 

A.T.23 Textiles ' 

M.L.21 English and American Literature 

Junior Year 

A.39 History of Art III 

A.T.31 Fabric Styling II 

A.T.33 Fabric Printing I 

A.T.34 Print Styling I 

5.5.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 
T.E.34 Weaving 

Senior Year 

A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.T.41 Fabric Styling III 

A.T.43 Fabric Printing II 

A.T.44 Tiint Styling II 

M.L.41 Public Speaking 

S.S.36.1 Principles of Psychology 

S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy 




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Advertising Design 

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EDWARD CAMBRA 

Advertising Design 





NORMA CORNELISON 
104 Maple Avenue, Middlttown, R. I. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2 
3, 4: Social Chairman 3. President 4: Techno- 
log 2, 3; Art Editor 3; Women's Athletic As- 
sociation 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Cheer- 
leader 1, 2; Co-head Cheerleader 1, 2. 





BRENDA DUFF 

154 Albert Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Design 



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ROBERT C. GILLET 

1284 G.A.R. Highway, Swansea, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2; 
Member of Executive Board 2; Technolog 
2; Tech Talker 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Alumni 
Bulletin 3. 




JOHN PATRICK GRANT, JR. 

40 June Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Var- 
sity 3; Beaux Arts Club 1; Dean's List 1, 2; 
Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4. 






HENRY J. LEVESQUE 
520 Third Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Art Editor 

4. 





ANTHONY G. LOPES 

3 Highland Avenue, Taunton, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1; Circle K Club 4; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4;'Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 2, 4; Art Dept. Representa- 
tive 1, 4; Technolog 1, 2; Art Editor 1, 2; 
Tech Talker 2; Co-Editor 2; Alumni Bulletin 
2, 3, 4; Editor 2, 3, 4. 






PETER C. NILSEN 

522 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Basketball 2, 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. 





THERESA YOUSIF 
271 Tickle Road, North Westport, Mass. 

Textile Styling 

Beaux Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3, 
4; Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. 



JEANNE C. OLSEN 

88 Hathaway Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Styling 

Beaux Arts Club 1; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 
3, 4; Recording Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. 






MARIE C. O'NEIL 

706 Broadway, Fall River, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1. 2; Dean's List 1, 2; Kappa 
Sigma Phi 1, 2. 





LUIS MANUEL LOURENCO RAMOS 

R. Perv, 58 
Ponta Delgarda, S. Miguel, Acores 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 4; Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Captain 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 
4; Tennis 3, 4. 





RICHARD ELLWOOD ROUNDS 
112 Prentice Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Phi 
Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Warden 4; Soccer 4; 
Student Manager 4; Chairman Junior Prom. 






JOSEPH C. TAVARES 

952 South Main Street, Fall River, Mass: 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Warden 3, 4; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 








JUDITH ANNE THIBOUTOT 
551 South Almond Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Advertising Design 

Beaux Arts Club 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2; Secretary 2; Women's 
Athletic Association 3. 



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LINDA WARD 

2834 Highland Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Fashion Design and Illustration 
Beaux Arts Club 1; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2. 





BEAUX ARTS CLUB 




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WILLIAM C. WILD 

Head 



WARREN BABCOCK 




Courses for Business Administration 



FRESHMAN YEAR: 

B.A. 11 Business Mathematics 

B.A. 13 Elementary Accounting 

M.L. 11 English Composition 

S.S. 11-1 Economic History of the U.S. 

S.S. 12 History of Western Civilization 

B.A. 12-2 Introduction to Business 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

AA. 20 Advertising 

B.A. 20 Business Organization 

B.A. 22 Business Law 

B.A. 24 Production Control 

ML. 21 English & American Literature 

S.S. 21 Principles of Economics 

B.A. 23-2 Math of Finance 

JUNIOR YEAR 

B.A. 32-2 Time & Motion Study 

B.A. 38 Industrial Relations 

B.A. 36 Economic Statistics 

B.A. 34 Labor Problems 
M.L. 34-2 Report Writing 

B.A. 33-1 Office Services 

B.A. 37-1 Traffic Control 

SENIOR YEAR 

S.S. 36-1 Industrial Psychology 

S.S. 36-1 Principles of Psychology 

B.A. 41 Cost Accounting 

B.A. 43 Industrial Management 

B.A. 46 American Labor Legislation 

M.L. 41 Public Speaking 

B.A. 45 Merchandising & Marketing 

B.A. 44 Personnel Administration 



MANUEL S. SILVIA 



PHILIP J. PETERS 




JOHN ABDALLAH 

987 South Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 





ANTONE P. ALMEIDA 

1209 Read Street, Somerset, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4 




JOHN ARRUDA 

24-C Maple Gardens, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 



Dean's List 2; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Psi 3, 4. 



Phi 



ARNOLD H. BENNETT 

144 Winthrop Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Senior Social Committee; 
Chairman. 




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LOUIS J. BITAR 

60 Quequechan Street, Fall River, Mass. • 

Business Administration 





ROBERT L. BURT 

31A Pleasant View, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Dean's List 3; 



STEPHEN BURSTEIN 

67 Shawmut Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Senior Social Committee 







JAMES G. CHARBONNEAU 

119 Bullock Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 2, 4; Technolog 2, Asst. Busi- 
ness Manager. 



NORMAN DENNIS CHRETIEN 

154 Calef Avenue, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. 








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CHARLES F. CONNELL 

881 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain 3: Newman 
Club 4; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Varsity 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM F. CONNELLY 

693 Robeson Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 4; President 4; Technolog 2 
3; Business Agent 2, Editor-in-Chief 3; Year 
book Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Golf 3; 
Peace Corps Delegate 4. 




EDWARD CORREIA 

487 Fourth Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 




ROBERT CORRIEA 

36 Winthrop Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 







RICHARD DURETTE 

89 Pond Street, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 4; Dean's List 2; Newman 
Club 3, 4; President 3; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GERALD A. FURTADO 

123 Puffer Avenue, Swansea, Mass 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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ROGER GENDREAU 

74 Norwood Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Epsilon Phi Pi 2. 3. 4: Pledgemaster I; New- 
man Club 2, 3, 4; Technolog 2; Circulation 
Manager 2. 




GEORGE H. GIBSON 

27 Willow Street, Newport, R. I. 

Business Administration 

Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Vice-President 1, 2; 
President 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Phi Psi 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Tech- 
nolog 2; Business Manager 2; Peace Corps 
Delegate 4. 





A. WAYNE GOSS 

17N Gardner Neck Road, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 
4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4. 



WALTER MADISON GRAY 

232 East Main Road, Newport, R. I. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 2, 3, 4. 







RONALD R. HADAD 

613 Pleasant Street, Somerset, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2; 
Technolog 2. 



RONALD HALBARDIER 

54 Woollcy Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 
4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




ARTHUR HENDERSON 

1928 South Main Street. Fall River. Mass. 

Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1,2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS KEATING JR. 

102 Locust Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 





JOHN C. KOCOR 

477 Palmer Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Technolog 1, 2, 3; Circula- 
tion Manager 2, Business Manager 3. 





A. GERALD LEVASSEUR 

23C Pleasant View, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Class Officer 3; Secretary 3; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 
3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



RENE LEVEILLE 

606 Charles Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 



RAUL MARTIN 

1041 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Class Officer 3, 4; Vice President 3, 4; Dean' 
List 2, 3; Geology Club 1; Phi Psi 2. 3, 4 
Soccer 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. 










JOSEPH W. MERRITT JR. 

430 Weetamoe Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 




LEONARD NAZARETH 

367 Centre Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 



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ERNEST PONTIFF 

79 Buffinton Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Newman Club 3, 4; Phi Psi 3, 4; Golf 3, 4. 



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JOHN G. QUINN 

238 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Class President 2, 3; Circle K Club 4; Dean's 
List 2; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Soccer 

1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3, 4; Student Council 

2, 3, 4; President 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Special Lecture Series Committee. 




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FRANKLIN D. RIBERA 

187 Park Holm, Newport, R. I. 

Business Administration 

Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 1, 2, 3; Dean's 
List 2; Social Committee 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; 
Technolog 1, 2; Associate Editor 2. 



RONALD R. RICHARD 

127 Ash Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Dean's List 3, 




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ALAN H. SPICER 
64 Rocliffe Street, Fall River. Mass. 

Business Administration 

Baseball 2, 3; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4. 




JAMES DENNIS TRAVIS 

220 Hortonville Road, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Circle K 
Club 4; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Warden 3; 
Soccer 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. 







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Business -Engineering 



1958-59 




B.A.I 2.2 Introduction to Business 
B.A.I 3 Elementary Accounting 
Gh.13 General Chemistry 

M.1I.1 Algebra and Trigonometry 
M.14.2 Analytical Geometry and 

Calculus I 
M.E.I 5.1 Descriptive Geometry and 

Mechanical Drawing 
M.E.I 10 Shop Practice 
M.L.I 1 English Composition 
S..S.12 History of Western Civilization 




1959-60 

A.A.20 
B.A.20 
B.A.22 
B.A.24 

M.21.1 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 
P.21.1 
P.21.2 
S.S.11.1 



1960-61 

B.A.32.2 

B.A.33.1 

E.E.35 

M.L.32.1 

M.L.34.2 

S.S.21 



1961-62 



Advertising 
Business Organization 
Business Law 
Production Control 
Analytical Geometry and 

Calculus II 
Analytical Geometry and 

Calculus III 
English and American Literature 
Electricity and Magnetism 
Optics and Modern Physics 
Economic History of U. S. 



Time and Motion Study 
Office Services and Controls 
Elements of Electricity 
Business Communications 
Report Writing 
Principles and Problems of 
Economics 



B.A.42.2 Fundamentals of Industrial 

Management 
B.A.45 Merchandising and Marketing 
B.A.46.1 American Labor Legislation 
B.A.48.1 Fundamentals of Industrial 

Relations 
M.L.41 Public Speaking 

5.5.36.1 Principles of Psychology 

5.5.41.2 Industrial Psychology 




PAUL R. DESFORGE 

35 Ryan Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 4; 
Newman Club 4; Yearbook Staff, Assistant 
Business Manager; Intramural Basketball 4. 





THOMAS R. FLYNN 

210 New Boston Road, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Dean's List 2; Geology Club 4; Math and 
Physics Club 1; Phi Psi 2, '3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff, Business Manager. 





GERARD L. MORAN 

35D Maple Gardens, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 
3, 4; Geology Club 4. 





ERNEST L. WOOD JR. 

19 Garfield Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. 






DAVID C. YOKE 

3B Pleasant View, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 
Circle K 4. 










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SENIOR SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

1st row (L to R): Frank Ribera, Paul Desforge, Arnold Bennett, Walter Gray Steve 
Burstein 2nd row (L to R) : Tony Pimentel, Gerry Elias, Manny Sousa, Herb Smith Pete 
Lussier, Henry Entwistle. 




Chemistry Curriculum 



WALTER E. CONRAD, 
Head 



WALTER E. MARSTON 




1958-59 

Ch.12 

M.ll.l 

M.E.10 

M.E.I 10 

M.L.ll 

P.ll.l 

M.13.2 

M.E.130 

P.11.2 



1959-60 

Ch.21.1 

Ch.22 

M.22 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

Ch.21,2 

Ch.22 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 

P.21.2 



1960-61 

Ch.31.1 

M.L.33 

S.S.I 1.1 

Ch.41 

M.24.2 

Ch.33.1 

Ch.33.2 

S.S.31.2 

Ch.36.2 



1961-62 

Ch.32 
Ch.42 
M.L.41 
M.L.43 
M.L.49 
S.S.36.1 
S.S.41.2 



General Chemistry 

Algebra and Trigonometry 

Engineering Drawing 

Machine Shop 

English Composition 

Mechanics 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

Descriptive Geometry 

Heat and Sound 



Qualitative Analysis 

Organic Chemistry 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Quantitative Analysis 

Organic Chemistry 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

American Literature 

Optics and Advanced Physics 



Organic Qualitative Analysis 

German I 

Economic History of the United States 

Unit Processes 

Differential Equations 

Quantitative Analysis 

Advanced Organic Chemistry 

Fundamentals of Economics 

Organic Preparations 



Physical Chemistry 
Research 
Public Speaking 
German II 
Technical Literature 
Principles of Psychology 
Industrial Psychology 





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ROBERT J. BUCKO 

129 Melville Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

A.C.S. 2, 3, 4; President 4; Newman Club 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Representative of 
Chemistry Department 3, 4. 




HENRY L. ENTWISTLE JR. 

77 Pershing Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

A.A.T.C.C. 4; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Society 1; 
Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; Math and Physics Club 
1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 






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PIERRE A. LUSSIER 

99 Ridge Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

A.A.T.C.C. 4; A.C.S. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; 
Engineering Society 1; Math and Physics 
Club 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Social 
Committee 4. 




RAYMOND F. MURPHY 

15 Oliver Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 
3, 4-. 







AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 

1st Row (L to R) : A. DiCorpo, P. Lussier, R. Bucko, N. Hare, H. Entwistle, R. Boardman. 
2nd Row: W. Thomas, G. Morash, A. Dunnigan. R. Kocon, Dr. Conrad (Adv.) , D. 
Sabourin, H. Guay, R. Desrosier, R. Murphy. 




FRANK H. DILLON, 
Head 





ALBERT E. STEWART 



Civil Engineering Curriculum 




EUGENE R. WILLIAMS 



1958-59 

Ch.12 

M.I1.I 

M.E.10 

M.L.I 1 

P.ll.l 

M.13.2 

M.E.110 

M.E.I 30 

P.11.2 



1959-60 

C.E.21 

M.21.1 

M.E.22 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 



1960-61 

C.E.32.1 

C.E.33 

C.E.39.2 

E.E.35 

M.31.1 

M.E.32.2 

S.S.36.1 

S.S.31.2 

M.M.31.1 



1961-62 

C.E.41 

C.E.42.1 

C.E.46.2 

C.E.47.1 

C.E.48.1 

C.E.49.2 

M.L.41 

S.S.33.1 

S.S.34.2 

C.E.37.2 

A.35.2 



General Chemistry 

Algebra and Trigonometry 

Engineering Drawing 

English Composition 

Mechanics 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

Machine Shop 

Descriptive Geometry 

Heat and Sound 



Surveying 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

Applied Mechanics 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

American Literature 



Elements of Geology 
Strength of Materials 
Civil Engineering Laboratory 
Elements of Electricity 
Differential Equations 
Fluids Mechanics 
Principle of Psychology 
Fundamentals of Economics 
Heat and Power 



Structural Theory 

Reinforced Concrete 

Structural Design 

Building Contruction 

Introduction to Sanitary Engineering 

Highway Engineering 

Public Speaking 

American Government 

United States History 

Soil Mechanics 

Art Through the Ages 




RONALD A. CAPETO 

21 Perkins Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Class Officer 4; Treasurer; Dean's List 3; 
Engineering Society 3, 4; Geology Club 3. 



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ALEXANDER JOHNSON 

74 Penniman Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Engineering Society 3, 4; Geology Club 3, 
4; Vice-President 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 
4; Student Assistant 4. 



JOHN KOSTKA 
92 Hamlet Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Dean's List 1; Engineering Society 3, 4; 
Geology Club 3. 






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LEONARDO MIRANDA 

59 Robeson Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Engineering Society 3, 
4; Vice-President 3; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; 
Geology Club 3, 4; Treasurer 3. 





ANTONIO T. PIMENTEL JR. 

79 Denver Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Engineering Society 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3, Chancellor 
4; Geology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 
4; Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Senior 
Social Committee 4. 




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GEOLOGY CLUB 

1st Row (L to R) : R. Medeiros, J. Sierodzinski (Treas.) , L. Miranda (Pres.) , Prof. E. 
Williams (Adv.) , A. Johnson (V Pres.) , E. Berube (Sec.) , J. Manton, L. Lanouette. 2nd 
Row: L. Palmer, G. Moran, P. Desforge, A. Pimentel, R. L'ltalien, G. Couto, F. Wilson, 
D. Hartnett, C. Steger, G. Pelletier. 3rd Row: S. Noble, E. Caron, T. Flynn, R. Orabona, 
D. Rachlin, D. Gracia, P. Michaud, H. Chapman, J. Drapeau, S. Biello. 




Electrical Engineering Curriculum 



BERTRAM B. HARDY 



1958-59 

Ch.12 

M.ll.l 

M.E.10 

M.L.I 1 

P.U.l 

M.13.2 

M.E.llO 

M.E.130 

P.11.2 



General Chemistry 

Algebra and Trigonometry 

Engineering Drawing 

English Composition 

Mechanics 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

Machine Shop 

Descriptive Geometry 

Heat and Sound 





PAUL CARON 



JACOBO FARBER 



1959-60 

E.E.21.1 

M.22 

M.E.22 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

E.E.22.2 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 

P.21.2 



1960-61 

M.32.1 

M.E.31.1 

C.E.38.1 

S.S.36.1 

E.E.36 

E.E.32 

E.E.37.2 

M.E.32.2 

S.S.31.2 



1961-62 

C.E.32.1 

E.E.41 

E.E.46.2 

E.E.48.1 

M.L.41 

S.S.33.1 

S.S.34.2 

E.E.41 

C.E.37.2 

A.35.2 

E.E.49.2 



Principles of Elect. Engr. 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

Applied Mechanics 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Theory of A.C. Circuits 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

American Literature 

Optics and Advanced Physics 



Differential Equations 
Heat and Power 
Strength of Materials 
Principles of Psychology 
Electrical Machinery 
Electronics 

Electrical Measurements 
Fluid Mechanics 
Fundamentals of Economics 



Geology 

Communications 
Problems in Elect. Engr. 
Network Analysis 
Public Speaking 
American Government 
United States History 
Electrical Transmissions 
Soil Mechanics 
Art Through the Ages 
Communications 



JAMES PAUL AMARANTES 

34 Eddy Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineers 

A.I.E.E. 4, Class Officer 1; President; Dean's 
List 3, Epsilon Phi Pi 1,2, 3, 4; Vice Chancel- 
lor 3, Bursar 4; Newman Club 1; Soccer 1; 
Student Council 1; Student Assistant 4; 
Varsity Club 1. 




STEPHEN JOSEPH BIELLO III 

51 Euclid Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 



ERNEST J. J. CARON 

999 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pledge-master 3, Executive Committee 3. 4; 
Dry Goods Committee 3. 1; House Committee 
3. Corresponding Scribe I; Geology Club 4; 
Math and Physics Club 1; Ring Committee 
3; Library Fund Drive 1, 



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LAWRENCE M. CHAPPELL 

2854 East Main Road. Portsmouth. R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2. 3, 4: Engineering Society 1: 
Geology Club 4; Phi Psi 1. 2. 3. 4. 




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WILLIAM E. COLLERAN 

402 Somerset Avenue, Taunton, Mas. 

Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E. 2 3, 4; 






JOSEPH RICHARD DRAPEAU 

134 Hathaway Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Geology Club 4; Math and Physics Club 1, 2. 



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LOUIS A. GUILLOTTE 

13 Main Road, North Tiverton, R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 
Ceology Club 4. 






LEO ROBERT LANOUETTE 

446 County Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Dean's list 1, 2, 3, 4; En- 
gineering Society 1; Geology Club 4; Math 
and Physics Club 1, 2; Technolog 3, 4; Co- 
Editor 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Co-Editor. 



JAMES NORMAND MANTON 

81 Ocean View Avenue, Swansea, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 3, 4; Engineer- 
ing Society 1; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; Executive 
Committee 4; Geology Club 4; Math and 
Physics Club 1, 2; Technolog 3,- 4; Co-Editor 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Co-Editor. 









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ROBERT MEDEIROS 
12 Vero Street, North Providence, R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3: Geology 
Club 4; Student Council 4; Engineering 
Department Representative 4; Student Assis- 
tant 4. 




PAUL MICHAUD 

50 Swindells Street, Fall River, Mass. 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Geology 
Club 4; Newman Club 2, 3. 




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STEPHEN D. NOBLE 

53 Bowker Terrace, Somerset, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Dean's List 1, 
2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4. 




ROBERT THOMAS ORABONA 

1017 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, Chairman 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Society 

1, 2; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 4; 
Math and Physics Club 1, 2; Technolog 3; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Varsity Club 

2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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GERARD L. PELLETIER 

94 Chatterton Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 4; Engineering Society 4; Newman 
Club 4. 



DAVID HAROLD RACHLIN 

177 Eastern Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; Geology 
Club 4; Tennis 3, 4; Student Assistant 4. 




CHRIS F. STEGER III 

122 Barton Avenue, Swansea, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4. 



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AMERICAN INSTITUTE of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 

1st Row (L to R) : R. Lavoie, J. Lima, G. Pelletier, S. Peckham, C. Beshara (Sea) , R. 
Orabona (Chm.) , J. Houde. 2nd Row: P. Cabral, M. Coderre, S. Noble, S. Biello, Prof. 
B. Hardy (Adv.) , L Wood, W. Berroth, F. McCann, K. Lew, G. Raposo. 3rd Row: P. 
Vi'olette, D. Bailey, F. Rosa, A. Ferreira, C. Steger, D. Rachlin, J. Soroka, J. Manton, J. 
Amarantes, D. Hartnett, J. Plourde, F. Wilson, R. Medeiros (V Chm.) , T. Curry, B. 
Wang (Treas.) . 4th Row: L. Marchand, E. Caron, L. Cory, E. Soczek, P. Marchand, E. 
Chlebek, R. Drapeau, L. Lanouette. 







JOHN J. CRAWFORD 



Mechanical Engineering Curriculum 



1958-59 

Ch.12 

M.ll.l 

M.E.10 

M.L.I 1 

P.] 1.1 

M.13.2 

M.E.110 

M.E.130 

P.11.2 



General Chemistry 

Algebra and Trigonometry 

Engineering Drawing 

English Composition 

Mechanics 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

Machine Shop 

Descriptive Geometry 

Heat and Sound 




1959-60 

M.22 

M.E.22 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 

P.21.2 

M.E.23 



1960-61 

C.E.33 

E.E.35 

M.31.1 

M.E.31.1 

M.E.34 

M.E.39.2 

S.S.36.1 

S.S.31.2 

M.E.32.2 



1961-62 

M.E.41 

M.E.43 

M.E.47.1 

M.L.41 

S.S.33.1 

S.S.34.2 

A.35.2 

E.E.32 

C.E.41 



Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

Applied Mechanics 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

American Literature 

Optics and Advanced Physics 

Machine Tool Laboratory 



Strength of Materials 

Elements of Electricity 

Differential Equations 

Heat and Power 

Mechanism 

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory 

Principles of Psychology 

Fundamentals of Economics 

Fluid Mechanics 



Machine Design 
Thermodynamics 
Heat Transfer 
Public Speaking 
American Government 
United States History 
Art Through the Ages 
Electronics 
Structural Theory 
Experimental Stress Analysis 




ARMAND R. AUBUT 

182 Suffolk Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Engineering Society 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Math and Physics 
Club 1. 





HOWARD W. CHAPMAN 

443 President Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Dean's List 3; Engineering Society 2, 3, 4; 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2; Golf 3, 4; Intramural 
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 






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Mt. Hope Street, North Dighton, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Intramural Bowl- 
ing 2, 3; Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4. 



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DONALD E. HARTNETT 

104 Grove Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Engineering Society 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 
3, 4. 




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382 Bullocks Point Avenue, Riverside, R. I. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 4; 
A.I.E.E. 4. 




FRANCIS P. WILSON 

978 Walnut Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 4: Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Engineering 
Society 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; 
Golf Team 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4. 




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ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

1st Row (L to R) : Prof. E. Williams (Adv.) , A. Pimentel, H. Chapman, L. Miranda 
(Pres.) , A. Johnson, F. Wilson, D. Hartnett. 2nd Row: L. Palmer, R. Lavoie, C. Beshara, 
E. Berube, E. Soczek, R. L'ltalien (V Pies.) , R. Capeto, G. Couto, Prof. R, Canuel. 




Mathematics Curriculum 



1958-59 



Ch.12 
M.11.1 
M.E.IO 
M.E.llO 


General Chemistry 
Algebra and Trigonometry 
Engineering Drawing 
Machine Shop 


M.L.I 1 
P.11.1 


English Composition 
Mechanics 


M.13.2 


Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 


M.E.130 
P.11.2 


Descriptive Geometry 
Heat and Sound 



1959-60 

S.S.12 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

M.25 

M.21.1 

P.21.2 

M.L.21 

M.21.2 



1960-61 



History of Western Civilization 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Finite Mathematics 

Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 

Optics and Advanced Physics 

American Literature 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 



S.S.36.1 


Principles of Psychology 


M.L.33 


German I 


M.31.1 


Differential Equations 


M.32 


Advanced Calculus 


C.E.32.1 


Elements of Geology 


M.37.2 


Vector Analysis 


S.S.31.2 


Fundamentals of Economics 


A.19 


History of Art I 


1961-62 




M.49 


Philosophy of Science 


M.L.43 


German II 




Modern Physics 




Theory of Numbers 


S.S.34.2 


United States History 




Mathematics Seminar 




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GERALD J. ELI AS 

212 Quequechan Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Dean's List 
3; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 3; 
Math and Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3. 





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DAVID M. GEORGE 

144 School Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Dean's List 3; Geology Club 3; Math and 
Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; 
Math Department Representative 3. 





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CATHERINE M. A. GOULET 

233 Brightman Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Geology Club 3; Kappa 
Sigma Phi 1, 2; Math and Physics Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Publicity Chair- 
man 3, President 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Secretary 3, 4; Technolog 3; Women's Athle- 
tic Association 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD C. PACHECO 

168 Eagle Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 
3, 4; Geology Club 3; Math and Physics Club 
2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 4. 




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JACK PAULO 

1288 Langley Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Basketball 3; Dean's List 1, 2; Geology Club 
3; Math and Physics Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi 1, 
2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Soccer 
3; Student Council 3, 4; Representative-at- 
large 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Varsity Club 3. 




RICHARD P. REGO 

74 Fulton Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 4; Math 
and Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 





MANUEL SOUSA 

46 Orange Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Geology 
Club 3; Math and Physics Club 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Assistant 3, 4. 



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JOSEPH J. SIERODZINSKI 

174 Johnson Street, Springfield, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Geology Club 3, 4; Math and Physics Club 
2, 3, 4. 




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MATH and PHYSICS CLUB 

1st Row (L to R) : Prof. L. Simeone (Adv.) , Prof. P. Parente, G. Elias (V Pres.) , D. 
Gracia, C. Goulet. Dr. Stone. 2nd Row: J. Paulo, C. Costa, J. Sierodzinski, D. George, R. 
Pacheco, M. Sousa. 3rd Row: L. Green, J. Ragsdale, R. Hoy, M. Morganstern, W. Reid. 




JOHN G. STICKLER, 
Head 




Textile Technology 



1958-59 

A. 11.2 Sketching and Color 

Ch.13 General Chemistry 

M.12 College Mathematics 

M.E.I 10 Shop Practice 

M.L.I 1 English Composition 

S.S.I 2 History of Western Civilization 

T.E.I 1 Textile Fibers 



1959-60 

A.T.22 Textile Styling I 

Ch.27 Industrial Application of Dyes 

M.L.21 English and American Literature 

T.D.21 Textile Design I 

T.E.21 Fiber Processing I 

T.E.22 Weaving I 

T.E.23.2 Fabric Analysis I 



1960-61 

A.T.32.1 

B.A.32.2 

P.22 

S.ll.l 

S.S.31.2 

T.D.31.1 

T.D.32.2 

T.E.31 

T.E.32 

T.E.33 



1961-62 

B.A.42.2 

B.A.47.2 
B.A.49.2 

M.L.41 

M.L.48.1 

S.S.36.1 

S.S.41.2 

T.E.42 

T.E.44.1 

T.E.44.2 

T.E.45.1 



Textile Styling II 

Time and Motion Study 

Physics A 

Economic History of the U. S. 

Fundamentals of Economics 

Textile Design II 

Jacquard Designing 

Fabric Analysis II 

Fiber Processing II 

Weaving II 



Fundamentals of Industrial 

Management 
Textile Cost Accounting 
Textile Merchandising and 

Marketing 
Public Speaking 
Textile Report Writing 
Principles of Psychology- 
Industrial Psychology 
Fabric Development 
Physical Textile Testing 
Quality Control 
Plant Engineering 





GEORGE ARRUDA JR. 

21 Maria Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C. 2; Basketball 1, 2; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 





CHARLES W. ASHWORTH JR. 

780 Main Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C. 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Math and Physics Club 1, 2; 
Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Tennis 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Secretary. 






RICHARD L. BRADBURY 

16 Chester Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
A.A.T.C.C. 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 





EUGENE COSTA JR. 

713 Somerset Avenue, Taunton, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
A.A.T.C.C. 1; Dean's List 2. 



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EDWARD S. OWEN 

421 Woodman Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C. 2; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Class Officer 
4; Secretary 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Technolog 1, 2; Varsity 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 





MANUEL W. PINE 

549 Somerset Avenue, Taunton, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
Intramural Basketball 1. 






ANTONIO SARDINHA JR. 

800 Brayton Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
A.A.T.C.C. 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4. 






HERBERT B. SMITH 

2050 Highland Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2; Phi Psi 1, 

2, 3, 4; Quarterly Editor 3; Secretary 4; Soccer 

3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. 





AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of TEXTILE CHEMISTS and COLORISTS 

1st Row (L to R) : D. Sabourin, H. Smith, Prof. C. Medde (Adv.) , C. Ashworth, R. 
Bradbury. 2nd Row: P. Lussier, A. Sardinha, E. Owen, H. Entwistle. 



This Year In Review 

Our Senior year at Tech was the most exciting 

of all. 

The first step in this past year's activities took 

place last June as we were leaving school . . . 

June 13, 1961— Durfee College Trustees Applied 
for Accreditation. The board's action was 
based on a report submitted by Dr. Errol 
Dearborn and President William Holland 
citing the "noticeable advances" made since 
January 1959. 

At this same time approval to seek legisla- 
tion establishing a research foundation at Tech 
was voted by the Trustees. 

August 15— A budget requesting more than three 
quarters of a million dollars was approved by 
the Board of Trustees for submission to the 
legislature for operation of the college during 
1963. 

September 12— The 1961-62 academic year began 
with enrollment expected to reach 600, an 
. increase of ten percent over last year's student 
population. 

October 3— Definite dates for the impending visit 
of the Accreditation Survey Committee from 
the New England Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools were set— November 9 and 
10 were the appointed dates. 

October 7, 1961— 1 he Geology Club, under the 
direction of Professor Eugene Williams, visited 
Black Mountain in Rumford, Maine. About 
twelve members of the Geology Club made the 
trip. 




October 11— "Acetals and Metals of 1, 3 Diols", 
a research paper co-authored by Dr. Conrad, 
Raymond Murphy, and others, was published 
in the Journal of Organic Chemistry for 
September. 

October 12— Professor Eugene Williams super- 
vised the Geology Club's trip to the Springfield 
area. The group, consisting of more than 
twenty-five members, visited the Atwater 
Quarry in Westfield, the Blandford Mica 
Mine, the Chester Emery Mine, and other 
places in the Springfield-Westiield area. 

October 17— Tech Delegates attended the Peace 
Corps Meeting in Boston. Professors Walter 
Marston and Carl Medde, together with 
William Connelly, George Quinn, and George 
Gibson, made the trip to respresent our school. 



October 28— The Kiwanis Club sponsored a Char- 
ter Night for the Circle K Club. William 
Connelly was elected president of the new 
organization. 

October also saw Tech's newly-organized 
golf team visit New Bedford for a match. 
Chick Connell, Bill Connelly, Ernie Pontiff, 
Tony Almeida, and John Connell were the 
Tech duffers. 




The Senior Business Administration Class, 
under the supervision of Professor William C. 
Wild, of the Business Department, visited the 
S. D. Warren Paper Mills in Portland, Maine. 
Forty students made the trip. 
November 9— Members of the Accreditation Sur- 
vey Team arrived. The arrival of the com- 
mittee culminated a week of frantic, last- 
minute preparations, especially in the library. 

A sidelight of the preparations engaged in 
occurred when one night, five students vol- 
unteered to transfer some 5,000 volumes into 
the new college library during the hours from 
midnight to 2 a.m. 

During that time, a man walking down the 
sidewalk outside noticed lights in the building. 
He came in to investigate. When he found out 
what was going on, he took off his coat, rolled 
up his shirtsleeves, and pitched in to help. 

The next day, the same citizen sent a 
bouquet of flowers to the school to wish us 
luck in our accreditation examination. 

Thank you, Mr. Frank Carr. 
November 14— Dr. Philip Schmidt-Schlegel, con- 
sul-general from West Germany, was the first 
speaker in this year's college lecture series. He 
spoke on "The Berlin Crisis." 




November 17— Led by Joe Laliberte's 26 points, 
Tech's hoopsters topped an Alumni team by 
a score of 75-67 on the Boys' Club Court. 



November 24— The Chemistry Department was 
granted $805.00 by the Atomic Energy Com- 
mission for the purchase of equipment for 
nuclear science experiments. 

November 30— Among paintings exhibited at the 
Fall River Public Library were "Night Reflec- 
tions" and "Study in Contrast" by Calvin 
Chrupcala, and "Across the River" by Instruc- 
tor Frank McCoy. 




December 0— Leslie J. Weed, Vice-President of 
the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 
visited the school, accompanied by Donald A. 
Quinn, liaison engineer for Yankee Atomic 
Electric, Rowe, Massachusetts. 

Color slides of the construction of the Rowe 
plant were shown, and an explanation of the 
operation of the plant was given. 

December 8- A CCREDITATION !! 
The announcement was made. A huge student 
rally and parade were held at noon in the 
center of downtown Fall River. 

Students staged a demonstration in front of 
City Hall and paraded around the city in 
convertibles with the tops down. 

Leading citizens had this to say about the 
accreditation of Bradford Durfee College of 
Technology: 

Mayor Arruda: ". . . well deserved accredita- 
tion." 

Superintendent of Schools William S. Lynch: 
"Our area ... a true cultural center . . ." 
Attorney Francis T. Meagher: "... the first 
step. . . ." 

Dr. Errol Dearborn: "... a good deal . . ." 
President William J. Holland: ". . . deep appre- 
ciation and pleasure. . ." 

December 13— Congressman Joseph W. Martin 
Jr. addressed the student body as the second 
speaker in this year's college lecture series. He 




commended the faculty and the student body 
on the line work done in preparation for 
accreditation. His lecture topic was "America 
Faces the Future." 

December also brought a change of name to 
the Department of Languages and History. 
With the election of Professor Peter E. 
Donnelly to the faculty, history was transferred 
to the Department of Social Sciences under 
Professor LaVault. The Department of 
Languages and Literature became the new 
official name of the organizational academic 
division headed by Professor Frederick Winter. 




December 15— Christmas Vacation began with 
the traditional Christmas Party in the school 
cafeteria. This year's party was the best- 
attended celebration at the school in years, 
with more than half the student population, 
as well as many faculty members in attendance. 




"Chug" and "Reeb", the mascots from Phi Psi 
and Epsilon Phi Pi, were added attractions. 




The Student Council followed with its an- 
nual Christmas Dance at the Hotel Mellen. 
It was the "big dance" of the Christmas season 
for Tech students. 

January 12, 1962— Barrington College became 
Tech's second basketball victim of the week 
when the Rhode Island team was outscored by 
Durfee College by a score of 73 to 65. John 
Connell led the Tech attack with 23 points. 
The Engineers had beaten Curry College two 
days earlier by a score of 73 to 64. 

January 15-26, 1962— Midyear Examinations- 
semi-finals for the Senior Class-were taken dur- 
ing these two weeks. Some senior exams were 
held early, and the majority of the '62 gradu- 
ates finished their finals at the first part of the 
second week, and had three or more days 
"vacation" before the opening of the Spring 
Semester. 

Mr. Murphy, an instructor in the Depart- 
ment of Languages and Literature, was granted 
a leave of absence in order to complete studies 
for his Masters Degree. 

January 29— Registration for our final college 
semester took place. 

January 30— Classes resumed— the BIG PUSH was 
on. Only 125 days until Commencement. 

February 2— This date marked the sixth anni- 
versary of the granting of a charter to Durfee 
College by the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers. 

The Affiliate Branch at Tech was organized 
by Professor Bertram B. Hardy, Head of the 
Electrical Engineering Department. Professor 
Hardy is also president of the faculty members 
from the New England District. During its 
first year at Tech, AIEE had a membership 
of thirty-five students, including Mr. Paul 
Caron who is now an instructor in the Elec- 
trical Engineering Department. 

On August 1, 1960, the college was granted 
an Associate Charter, and at that time the 
student branch had forty members. 

The membership at Tech during the 1961-62 
school year reached its highest point since the 
organization of the branch, with more than 
fifty-five members. This membership included 
Mechanical, Electrical, Business, and Civil 
Engineers from the sophomore, junior, and 
senior classes. 

Nationally, the Association has more than 
twelve thousand members, including engineers 
from all fields. 

February 6— Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority sponsored 
a "Poverty Dance" (twistin' shoes and all), at 
Stevenson's Rumpus Room. 

March 24— Spring Vacation, running until April 
1, began. 

Both Epsilon Phi Pi and Phi Psi held their 
annual spring dances. "Reeb" and "Chug" 
were on hand to lend an air of sophistication 
to the proceedings. 

Phi Psi held its second annual Scholarship 
Dance at Lincoln Park. The proceeds of the 
dance went toward scholarships for worthy 
freshmen entering Tech next fall. 



April 19-22— Patriot's Day a well-deserved day 
off, followed by the Easter Vacation, gave us 
a short respite from studies. 

OPEN HOUSE! ! ! Tech's first open house 
in three years brought many thousands of 
people from Fall River and the surrounding 
towns to the college. More than five thousand 
people visited the school during the Open 
House, which climaxed "Durfee College Week" 
in Fall River. 
May 14— Senior Final Examinations Began. 
May also brought the Junior and Senior 
Proms. Both dances were well attended, and 
the Senior Prom marked the close of the 
college-sponsored social calendar for the Class 
of 1962. 

As we, the Class of 1962, finished our four 
years at Durfee Tech, we recalled our entrance 
into the college four years ago. . . . 

There have been many changes within the 
college in the interval from September, 1958 to 
May 1962: the addition of several departments, 
the increase in the student population, the in- 
crease in the number of instructors, the opening 
of our larger, better— equipped library and read- 
ing room, and, of course, the most welcome 
advancement during our stay at the college— 
ACCREDITATION. 

Who would have foreseen, four years ago, all 
that has happened? Who knows what the next 
four, or the next forty years will bring? We may 
forget a part of what, at one time, was our very 
life as we progressed through school but each 
graduate will keep in his or her heart that especi- 
ally fond memory, his or her own special 
moment which will live on and on, never grow- 
ing dim or old. We hope that this memory has 
been included in this review. 




LIBRARY 



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DECEMBER 8, 1961 ACCREDITATION DAY FOR BRADFORD DURFEE COLLEGE 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

1st Row (L to R) : C. Goulet (Sec.) , G. Quinn (Pres.) , C. Ashworth (V Pres.) , L. Kalil 
(Treas.) . 2nd Row: R. Bucko, C. Beshara, Prof. C. Medde (THE ADVISOR) , G. Gibson, 
J. Paulo. 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

(L to R) : Ronald Capeto (Treas.) , Raul Martin (V Pres.) , George Gibson (Pres.) , 
Edward Owen (Sec.) . 



JUNIOR CLASS 





SOPHOMORE CLASS 

1st Row (L to R) : A. DiCorpo, D. Lavoie (V Pres.) , L. Wood, J. Lima, D. Sabourin, S. 
Peckham (Treas.) . 2nd Row: R. Mercier, W. Bolcon, J. Owen, T. Curry, R. Rego, R. Szaro 
(Sec.) . 3rd Row: D. Bailey, K. Travis, R. Thompson, W. Mikolazyk, P. Cabral, E. 
Oliveira, W. King, W. Camara. 4th Row: R. Hoy, M. Shorrock, J. Plourde, H. Hodgson, 
R. Friar, M. Coderre, L. Marchand, P. Violette.. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 

1st Row (L to R) : J. Arcikowski, M. Picard. P. Tokarz, N. Frade, J. Santos, B. Pelletier. 
2nd Row: H. Guay, J. Travers, R. Desrosier, W. Thomas, J. Pereira, C. Chrupcala, A. 
Faria. 3rd Row: G. Brown, K. Aguiar, R. Burton, J. Holcomb, A. Dunnigan. 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 



1st Row (L to R) : M. Norton, E. Stevens, B. Alosi, R. Janelle, C. Brown, L. Soares. 
2nd Row: R. Cousineau, P. Desilets, L. Orabona, K. Rapoza, R. Gagnon, R. Martin. 3rd 
Row: M. Wills, G. Di Chiara, B. Perry, W. Cox, E. Viveiros, R. Witherell, D. Menard, 
P. Pelletier. 4th Row: S. Kozikowski, R. Boruch, R. Fitton, M. Plonka, R. Landry, F. 
Cole, E. Rivard. 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

1st Row (L to R) : R. Levesque, A. Demary, G. Galego, P. Tang, P. Cantin, L. 
L'Archevesque, K. Reback. 2nd Row: D. Tompkins, K. Keating, C. Kalil, L. Rufer, P. 
Hilton, H. DeCambra, L. Medeiros. I. Mathieu. 3rd Row: J. Pacheco, A. Gateriewictz, R. 
McLaughlin, G. Costa, R. Deveau, A. Shea, E. Mendes, P. Berube, L. Sullivan, R. Lima. 
4th Row: H. Shapiro, R. Condon, R. Bouchard, W. Bolinder, F. Silva, J. Simonetti, E. 
Foley, R. England. 




TECHNOLOG 

1st Row (L to R) : N. Frade, J. Arcikowski, J. Santos, D. Woods, L. Kalil. 2nd Row: F. 
Cotter, J. McCarthy, D. Medeiros" D. Matthews (Editor) , P. Cantin, J. Portlock (Co- 
Editor) . 




TECH TALKER 
1st Row (L to R) : E. Berube, J. Velozo, N. Fitton (Editor) , P. Cantin, F. Golembewski, 
J. McKeon. 




CIRCLE K CLUB 

1st Row (L to R) : R. Thompson, R. Nulman, Prof. W. Babcock (Adv.) , W. Connelly, 
R. Mullens. 2nd Row: D. Matthews, J. Portlock, P. Cantin, F. Cotter, D. Yoke, J. Velozo. 
3rd Row: W- Bielawa, W. Mikolazyk. 




NEWMAN CLUB 



1st Row (L 10 R) : G. Couto. (V Pies.) , J. Johnson (Seel , Dr. Conrad (Adv.) , C. Goulet 
(Pres.) . J. Olsen (Treas.) , R. Desrosier. 2nd Row: L. Mathieu, L- Medeiros, M. Picard, 
P. Tokarz. 3rd Row: R. Gendreau, G. Morash, P. Lussier, R. Bucko, A. Pimentel. 




YEARBOOK STAFF 

1st Row (L to R) : James Manton, William Connelly, Leo Lanouette. 2nd Row: Thomas 
Flynn, Paul Desforge, Henry Levesque, Charles Ashworth. 




KAPPA SIGMA PHI 

1st Row (L to R) : L. Kalil, Miss H. Eaton (THE ADVISOR) , N. Cornelison (Pres) 
2nd Row: J. Olsen, M. Letendie, J. Arcikowski, J. Rodrigues. 




EPSILON PHI PI 

Kneeling: F. Rosa, F. McCann, R. Thibault, R. Murphy. 1st Row (L to R) : J. McKeon, 
E. Caron, A. Pimentel (Chanc) , D. Sabourin (V Chanc) , J. Amarantes (Bursar), R. 
Gendreau (Pledgemaster) . 2nd Row: G. Moran, J. Bond, D. Rachlin, J. Drapeau, W. 
Keating, C. Steger, G. Elias. 3rd Row: R. Lavoie, A. Ferreira, R. Hoy, D. Gracia, H, Attar, 
J. Travers, R. Gomes. 




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EPSILON PHI PI 

Kneeling: E. Oliveira, W. Berroth, D. Lavoie, M. Faria, E. Chlebek. 1st Row (L to R) : 
L. Cory, C. Beshara, J. Manton, H. Entwistle, C. Costa, R. Orabona. 2nd Row: P. Miniacci, 
Prof. L. Simeone, Dr. S. Stone, P. Desforge, Prof. E. Williams, Prof. R. Canuel, Prof. C. 
Wagner. 3rd Row: J. Plourde, J. Lima, A. Kocon, J. Merritt, J. Charbonneau, A. Levasseur, 
T. Curry, F. Golembewski. 




PHI PSI 



1st Row (L to R) : F. Cotter, A. Motta (V Pres.) , J. Paulo (Pres.) , Prof. R. LaVault 
(Adv.) , F. Wilson (Treas.) , B. Smith (Sec.) . 2nd Row: D. Matthews, T. Flynn, P. Fingliss, 
Prof. F. Winter, Prof. R. Cooper, Prof. J. Greenhalgh, G. Quinn, L. Ramos. 3rd Row: 
T. Parent, H. Lovit, G. Boulay, J. Velozo, J. Grant, P. Nilsen, J- Tavares. 




PHI PSI 

1st Row (L to R) : W. Thomas, R. Elkington, C. Chrupcala, A. Bennett, J. Kocor, E. 
Soczek. 2nd Row: A. Spicer, A. Almeida, R. Durette, J. Travis, E. Owen, W. Gray. 
3rd Row: R. Medeiros, W. Mikolazyk, R. Szaro, H. Mednick, R. Halbardier. J. Pereira, 
N. Fitton. R. Nulman. 4th Row: V. Dusio, E. Wood, C. Ashworth. C. Connell. R. Martin. 
G. Arruda, R. Mullen. 



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1st Row (L to R) : K. Travis, J. Owen (Treas.) , J. Travis (Pres.) , J. Velozo (Sec.) , 
A. Spicer. 2nd Row: J. Paulo, H. Entwistle, R. Halbardier, J. Tavares, B. Camara, J. 
Correia, G. Elias. 3rd Row: R. Orabona, E. Berube, C. Connell, J. Pereira, G. Quinn, 
M. Sousa. 



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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

1st Row (L to R) : M. Picard (Pres.) , L. Medeiros (V Pres.) , J. Olsen. 2nd Row: P. 
Tokarz, P. Berube, L. Mathieu, C. Goulet. 




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NURSING EDUCATION 





NORMAN SASSEVILLE 



ROSE M. DRISLAN 



ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL OF NURSING 




1st Row (L to R) : S. Sylvia, P. Torres, C. Hodson, S. Senesac, L. Champagne. 2nd Row: 
J. Roy, M. Bohanan, O. Caron, A. Pelletier, J. Brault, R. Zawrotney, M. Griffen, D. 
Blanchette, L. Bergeron, H. Savaria. 3rd Row: C. De Leone, M. Hopkins, E. Jorden, M. 
A. Houlihan, C. Segura. 




1st Row (L to R) : M. Terciero, M. L. Galvin, Sister Mary Thomas More, B. Leach 
N. Considine. 2nd Row: C. Meunier, G. Morris, M. Arruda, M. Fitter, M. Campagna, J. 
Sullivan, B. Stoklinski. P. Viverios, J Allard, B. Durfee, M. Costa. 3rd Row: M. Breault, 
J. Soucy, T. Martin, J. Le Page, C. Bowers, A. Lavoie, H. Pirkilniok, D. Goyette, C. 
Desnoyers. 



TRUESDALF. HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 




1st Row (L to R) : M. Topazio, M. Plourde, N. Hall, R. Waring, G. Medeiros. 2nd Row: 
K. Scheibl, K. Lynch, M. Machado, C. Couto, B Cabral, M. Machio, C. Sherman, J. 
Diamond, P. Parker. 




1st Row: (L to R) : E. Ferreira, B. Grinnell, N. Monette, J. Britto. 2rd Row: J. Bendell. 
C. Montaro, N. Cummings, M. Sylvia, M. Banville, L. Blanchette, D. Baker, I. Singster. 



UNION HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 




1st Row (L to R) : J. Vallee, K. Kelly, E. Sullivan, J. Medeiros, B. Ledoux, G. Pearce. 
2nd Row: J. Plant,, L. Wise, D. Cotter Thomas, F. Zeildeir, M. Wordell. 3rd row: C. Walsh, 
M. Wheattey, J. Prendergast, C. Lincoln, J. Landry. 




1st Row (L to R) : C. Taylor, P. Binette, J. Coelho, S. Kennedy, B. Bailey. 2nd. Row: G. 
Shea, P. Garnet, C. Darlington, J. Cornea. 3rd Row: V. Pacheco, M. Pascola, B. DuLeba, 
C. 'Fortes, E. Harrington. 



ADVERTISERS 



Compliments of 



Berkshire Hathaway inc 




EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

97 Cove Street, New Bedford, Mass. 



PLANT LOCATIONS 

Hathaway Div., New Bedford, Mass. King Philip Div. D, Warren, B. I. 

King Philip Div. A, Fall Biver, Mass. Valley Falls Div., Albion, B. I. 

King Philip Div. E, Fall Biver, Mass. Coventry Div., Anthony, B. I. 

'Bourne Mills Div., Tiverton, B. I. 



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Spec/a/ 

TEXTILE DICTIONARY 






Strategically placed warehouses plus 
company owned trucks add up to fast 
dependable delivery, every time. 



for BEST RESULTS 
in Textile Processing 




Castrolite* ( k a s K I r o - I I i e ) 
A highly sulphonated castor oil made by an 
improved process of manufacture. A stable 
penetrant, for dyeing or kier boiling. Used ex- 
tensively in finishing. 

D 

Dlscolite' (dTslko. lite) 
Concentrated sodium sulphoxylate formaldehyde 
available in lump, pea, rice or powder form. 
A powerful reducing agent, stable at high tem- 
peratures. Widely used to effect reduction and 
solution of vat colors, and for discharge effects 
when applied to colored grounds. Effective when 
mixed with vat colors and discharge pastes 
wherever the reducing agent must retain its 
reducing power after being dried into the fabric. 



Dispersall (dis>pur/sal) 
A long chain ethylene oxide condensate in the 
form of a colorless, neutral, somewhat viscous 
iquid. Fully resistant to hard water, and miscible 
with water in all proportions. A retardant and 
leveling assistant in>vat dyeing. 
Used widely as a dispersing agent in dyeing 
synthetic fibers with disperse colors and for fast 
color salts and bases in Napthol dyeing and 
printing. 

Effective in stripping to prevent redeposition of 
the color on stripped goods. 



N 



Neowet (ne^o - wet) 

Complex Polyelhelenc Ether in the form of a pale 
yellow, slightly viscous liquid. 
A non-ionic surface active wetting agent, effective 
at all temperatures, Completely compatible with 
enzymatic desizing agents and readily soluble in 
water. Contains 33 ] :i l /t active ingredients. Widely 
used in scouring all types of textile fabrics and for 
general wetting purposes. 



Neowet X (ne/o.wet) 

Organic Ether Sulphonate in the form of a water 

white slightly viscous liquid. 

An anionic surface active wetting agent, effective 

at all temperatures. Does not affect enzyme 

activity in desizing. Compatible with hydrogen 

peroxide and resin finishes. High detergent value. 

Contains 20% active ingredients. 



Neozymes* ( n e '■ o • i. i m s J 

Desizing agents made up of amylolytic. proteolytic 

and fat splitting enzymes available in the form of 

crystalline powder or liquid concentrate for high 

or low temperature requirements, 

Neo2ymes quickly remove all trace of starch glue 

or gelatin sizing without danger of damage to 

even the most delicate fabrics. For best results, 

use with NEOWET to speed saturation. 



Parol! te' (par^o . II te) 
Zinc sulphoxylate formaldehyde in the form of 
white crystalline powder. A highly concentrated 
stripping agent for all forms of wool and modern 
synthetics. 

Completely soluble in water. Leaves stripped 
goods soft, completely free of zinc dust and in 
most receptive condition for further processing. 
Often completely strips goods where other strip- 
ping agents fail. Very effective in discharge print- 
ing on acetate rayon. 



Vatrollee* (vat^ ro . lite) 

Concentrated sodium hydrnsulphite in the form 

of while crystalline powder. A powerful reducing 

agent for vat colors, ideal for dry feeding because 

of its free flowing, dustless character. Completely 

soluble in water. 

Effective stripping agent for direct, sulphur and 

vat colors on cellulosic fabrics. 

Quickly removes rust stains from cotton goods. 

May be stored indefinitely. 

Available with optical whiles and in buffered 

formulas for high temperature use without 

excessive alkalinity. 



Velvoray* (veKvo • ray) 
A high grade finishing oil made up of sulphonaled 
vegetable oil combined with specially selected fats. 
Compatible with all materials commonly used for 
finishing textiles. Will not foam, smoke or oxidize. 
Imparts no rancid odor. Gives body and has 
emulsion stability. Widely used to add a silky 
softness to all types of fabrics. 



Velvo Softener ( v e 1^ to) 
A highly sulphonated tallow in the form of &. 
creamy white paste, easily dispersed in water. 
Used in general finishing of all types of textile 
fabrics. Will not "smoke off" or change color in 
high temperature operations such as calendering 
or drying. Has no effect on light fastness of colors. 





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CARLTON HILL 



COMPANY 
NEW JERSEY 



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Best Wishes to The Class of 1962 



from the 



STUDENT COUNCIL 





Manufacturers of textile 
machinery for processing 

COTTON 

WOOL 

WORSTED 

SYNTHETICS 

BLENDS 

Established 1831 







Whitin manufactures a complete line of 
modern, efficient, high-production equipment for 
the processing of natural and synthetic fibers. 
Whitin's world-wide reputation for producing 
the very finest in textile machinery is built 
upon 130 years of experience in the field. 
Regardless of its preparatory function, 
each Whitin machine will do its specific job 
better, faster or more economically 
than that job has ever been done before. Each 
will show unmistakable evidence of the 
advanced research, engineering and 
craftsmanship which are inherent in all 
machinery made by WHITIN. 



MACHINE WORKS 



WHITINSVILL 


E, MASSACHUSETTS • U.S.A. 


Branches 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

ATLANTA, GA. 

SPARTANBURG, S. C 


Represented in principal textile 
centers around the world through 

WHITIN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED 

San Juan, Puerto Rico • Wh iti nsvi 1 le, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1962 



from 



Abbott Machine Co., Inc. 



Manufacturers of Textile Winding Machinery 



WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



life more colorful with... 



Geigq Di|esfuffs 




Compliments of 

Arnold, Hoffman & Co., 
Incorporated 

Established 1851 

A Subsidiary of 

Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. England 

West Const Representative: 

Chemical Manufacturing Company, Incorporated of California 

55 Canal Slreet Providence. Rhode Island 



W. BOLCON CO. 

Radios, Electrical Appliances, Television 

251 Bedford Street Fall River, Mass. 

Telephone OSborne 2-4901 

310 BROADWAY NEWPORT, R. I. 

Telephone Viking 6-1018 



Compliments of 

DURFEE COLLEGE 
BOOK STORE 



Compliments of 

EPSILON PHI PI FRATERNITY 

Incorporated 1948 



STEEL HEDDLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



2100 ALLEGHENY AVENUE 



PHILADELPHIA 32, PENNSYLVANIA 



LIST CO. 

SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS 

Consolidate your debts from $1500 and up 

• FAST SERVICE • LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS 

• REASONABLE RATES • HELPFUL COUNSEL 

Inquiries Welcome Without Obligation 

"A sound reputation for service 
and guidance for over 25 years" 

142 Second Street Fall River, Mass. 

Telephone OSborne 3-5846 



Compliments of 



MADE RITE POTATO CHIPS 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



Best Wishes From 

PFISTER CHEMICAL WORKS 

RIDGEFIELD, NEW JERSEY 

"Buy your other dyes from anyone- 
get your Naphthols from Pfister" 




Best Wishes From 



PHI PSI FRATERNITY 



Congratulations to the Class of 1962 
from 

SAWYER'S CAMPUS SHOP 

SECOND STREET 



R E. SMITH CO, INC 



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Fall River's Largest and Most Completely Equipped 

PRINTERS & LITHOGRAPHERS 
62 County Street Fall River, Mass. 

Telephone OSborne 4-3525 



Compliments of 
ABDALLAH'S PLEASANT FRUIT 


"We Build For Tomorrow" 

AL BERUBE & SONS 
General Contractors 

Telephone OS 2-6642 
if no answer OS 4-3252 

551 Ludlow Street Fall River, Mass 


Compliments of 

A. I. E. E. 


BROUGHTON CLEANSERS 

"Where the Charm of Newness is Restored" 
Dial OS 2-5601 553 South Main St. 


Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 
from the 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 


Good Luck to you Class of '62 

G. W. CARPENTER INC. 

General Contractors 

63 Alden Street Fall River, Mass. 


ARLAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. 

Fall River, Mass. 


U^w& 


Irimont OUub 


Best Wishes to The Class of '62 
CIRCLE K 



Good Luck Class of '62 from 
COCA COLA 


Best Wishes to the Class of '62 

FLYNN'S PACKAGE STORE, INC. 

Henry J. Lemerise 
Class of '30 


Compliments of 
THE COFFEE BREAK 


FRIAR 

Plumbing fc Heating Co. 
191 Stafford Road Fall River 


DEFIANCE BLEACHERY 

Fine Finishers of Fine Fabrics 
Barrowsville, Mass. 


Compliments of the 
GEOLOGY CLUB 


Best Wishes From 
DURO FINISHING COMPANY 


GLOBE MANUFACTURING CO. 
Fall River, Mass. 


Over 40,000 Best Wishes Daily 
From The 

FALL RIVER HERALD NEWS 


Compliments of 

GREAT SCOTT FOOD MARKETS, INC. 
440 Stafford Road Fall River, Mass. 

"We Give S &: H Green Stamps" 





BEST WISHES 


Compliments of 


TO THE CLASS 


HOTEL MELLEN 


OF '62 

LEO'S CAFETERIA 


Compliments of 
A. G. & W. J. HOWLAND, INC. 


Compliments of 


Established 1896 


LTNDEPENDENT 


INSURANCE REALTORS 
26 Bedford Street Dial OS 3-5881 


French Daily Newspaper 




MACKENZIE & WINSLOW, INC. 


HUTCHINSON OIL COMPANY 


P. O. Box 23 - Tel. OS 6-8563 


24 Hour Service 


Fall River, Mass. 


291 Oak Grove Ave. Fall River, Mass. 


LUMBER FEEDS 
BONDED WAREHOUSES 


Compliments of 


MANNY'S SHELL STATION 


HYCO BEVERAGES 




Fall River, Mass. 


19 Laurel Street Fall River, Mass. 


J & J CORRUGATED BOX 


Compliments of 


Fall River, Mass. 


McWHIRR'S 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


THE MOORING 




Newport, Rhode Island 


FRANK X. PERRON INSURANCE 




Compliments of 


MOUNT HOPE MACHINERY CO. 






POCASSET COUNTRY CLUB 


15 Fifth Street Taunton, Mass. 


Portsmouth, Rhode Island 




JOHN F. STAFFORD 


JOSEPH NADEAU'S SONS, INC. 


Insurance Agency 


Trucking - Riggers - Movers • Truck Crane Service 


Inc. 


Dismantlers and Shippers of Textile Machinery 


88 Pleasant Street Phone OS 7-9371 


Garage, 34 Manchester St. 


Insurance and Real Estate Since 1881 


HAROLD C. NAGLE 


Compliments of 




SWANSEA SELECTMEN 


130 South Main Steet Fall River, Mass. 






James Murphy - Antone Aguiar - Horace Pelletier 


Compliments of 




OPEN AIR FRUIT MARKET 


TECHNOLOG 


1023 No. Main Street Fall River 





RETAIL CLERKS UNION 




Local 1325 AFL-CIO 


Best Wishes From 


It Doesn't COST-It PAYS to Belong to the R.C.I.A. 


RIVEREDGE PRINTERS, INC. 


176 Bedford St. Fall River 




Tel. OS 8-7700 






Best of Luck to the 


Best Wishes From 


Class of 1962 


REX LINEN SUPPLY CO. 


VENUS DEMILO 
SWANSEA BOWLAWAY 


57 Fifteenth Street 


SOMERSET BOWLAWAY 




EMPIRE LANES 


Compliments of 


CAMPOS SUPER MARKET 


THE A&P FOOD STORES 


Somerset, Mass. 
"The Best U.S. Prime Meat" 


TOM BEEDEM 

The Store For Men & Young Men 


Compliments of 


308 South Main Street Fall River, Massachusetts 


CARNIVAL DRIVE IN 


BERUBE BROS. SHELL 

Super Service Station 


CAR VILLAGE 


Somerset, Mass. 


Pleasant Street Fall River 


BONNER FLOWERS 


Compliments of The 


2082 Robeson Street Fall River 


CHEMISTRY CLUB 


BRALEY-WHITING MILK CO. 

No. Dartmouth, Mass. 


DANFRED JEWELERS 


Milk, Cream, Mix and Dairy Products 


216 Academy Building 




D. D. SALES & SERVICE 


BURKE'S INC, 






Second Street 



Compliments of 


LADIES GARMENT WORKERS' UNION 


DUFFY'S PHARMACY 


Gaiment Workers Square 


of Tiverton 


Fall River, Mass. 


FAMILY OPEN AIR MARKET 


LANE'S BARB Q & RESTAURANT 


929 No. Main Street Fall River 


North Tiverton, R. I. 


FITTON MOVERS 


LAVOIE'S JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS 


Fall River 


238 So. Main Street Fall River 


GONDOLA RESTAURANT 


Compliments of 


1094 Bay Street Taunton, Mass. 




"serving fine Italian Foods" 


LETENDRE & BOULE INC. 


GRAY TYPEWRITER CO. 


Best Wishes From 


SALES - SERVICE 


LINCOLN PARK 


Fall River, Mass. 


OPEN YEAR ROUND 


ROBERT C. HADLEY INS. AGENCY 


LONG AND PARENT 


56 North Main Street Fall River, Mass. 


Insurance Agency 




722 Eastern Avenue 


HECTOR'S SERVICE CENTER 


Compliments of 


Main Road Tiverton 


LOUIS HAND CO. 


HUTCHINSON'S ART SHOP 


MARK YOU RESTAURANT 




1236 Pleasant Street Fall River, Mass. 


Compliments of 


MASON FURNITURE CO., INC. 


IDEAL LAUNDRY 


410 Plymouth Avenue Fall River, Mass. 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


KORMON WATER BLEACH 


METRO SALES 




Tiverton, R. I. 



MESSIER BROTHERS 


SOUSA'S PHOTO SERVICE 


Contractors 


161 Pleasant Street Fall River 


Compliments of the 


THE SPECTATOR 


MOHICAN BAR AND GRILL 


a home town newspaper 




Somerset, Mass. 


MULLEN BROS. JEWELERS 


Compliments of 


So. Main Street Fall River, Mass. 


SUPERIOR CLEANSERS 


O'ROURKE FUNERAL HOME 


Best Wishes 


Fall River 


TOUHEY'S PHARMACY 


POCASSET WINE CO. 


UNITED STATES RECORD CORP. 


Central Street Fall River 


203 Plymouth Avenue Fall River, Mass. 


REISE'S DAIRY 






VELOZO'S MARKET 


"Country fresh milk products" 




REMY MOVERS 


THOMAS WALSH MOVING & STORAGE, INC. 


155 Wade Street Fall River 


Fall River, Mass. 


Compliments of 






CAL WARREN MEN'S WEAR INC. 


ROBERT'S FUR AND FORMAL SHOP 




383 Spring Street 


Fall River, Mass. 


Compliments of 






R. A. WILCOX CO., INC. 


SOMERSET LODGE 




Rt. 138, Somerset, Mass. 


22 Bedford Street Fall River, Mass. 


Best Wishes 


Compliments of 




W. S. A. R. 


SOMERSET SOFTBALL LEAGUE 


1480 on the DIAL 



PATRONS PAGE 



ASHTON'S SPORTING GOODS 

MAYOR & MRS. JOHN M. ARRUDA 

BACCARI BARBER SHOP 

MR. AND MRS. WALTER E. BIELAWA SR. 

BOULEVARD CAFE 

OMER BOIVIN, M. D. 

HAROLD BUFFINTON 

ROGER E. CADIEUX, D.D.S. 

JOHN M. CARVALHO, D.D.S. 

JOSEPH C. CARVALHO, D.D.S. 

CARNY & FITZGERALD TIRES 

CENTRAL LUNCH 

R. JOSEPH CHABOT, R.B. 

ROLAND E. CHABOT, D.D.S. 

ROLAND A. CHOUINARD, D.D.S. 

CLARKE'S PASTRY SHOP 

RAYMOND R. COSTA, M.D. 

JOHN C. CORRIGAN, MJD. 

GEORGE H. COTTELL 

OCTAVE O. DESMARAIS 

ADELARD O. DEMERS, M.D. 

DOWTY'S FLOWER SHOP 

TOM ELLISON 

EMPIRE MEN'S SHOP 

MORRIS FERESTEN, M.D. 

ROGER T. GILCRIST, M.D. 

GOB SHOP 

GOOD WILL CLEANSERS 

GUIMOND FARMS 

JONATHAN P. HADFIELD, M.D. 

CHARLES J. HAGUE 

PATRICK H. HARRINGTON, JR. 

HIGHLAND FIVE & TEN 

WILSON E. HUGHES, M.D. 

EARL E. HUSSEY, M.D. 

JESSE'S BARBER SHOP 

SAMUEL B. KAUFMANN, M.D. 

MR. & MRS. JAMES P. KEARNS, JR. 

LOUIS E. KROGER, M.D. 

ELMER LEIGH, JR., D.M.D. 

FRANK LIPIS & FAMILY 

WILLIAM MASON, M.D. 

MARTIN & SULLIVAN SHOES 

FRANCIS MEAGHER, Chairman of the Board 



\T(F\RI.\\I)S BAKERY 
MRS. RUTH B. MERRITT 
ROBERT H. MOE, M.D. 
MAURICE MORGANSTEIN, M.D. 
MULVENYS PHARMACY 
JOHN F. ODONOCHUE 
O'NEIL TIRE SERVICE 
NORMAND O. PAQUIN, D.D.S. 
EDWARD A. PENN, M.D. 
PETER F. PICCININI, M.D. 
PLEASANT DELICATESSEN 
HARRY T. POWERS, M.D. 
ANNA C. RADOVSKY, M.D. 
EVERETT RADOVSKY, M.D. 
A. G. RAND, D.D.S. 
MR. & MRS. ALFRED RAPOSA 
ROBESON FOOD MARKET 
ROMA CAFE 
MILTON R. SILVA 
SILVIA MOTORS 
ALAN G. SIMPSON, MX). 
SOKOLL & LOWENTHAL INS. 
EDWARD J. STEINHOF, D.D.S. 
T. C. SOUZA, M.D. 
STEVE'S DOUGHNUT SHOP 
TOWNE TOGGERY 
UNION HOSPITAL CLASS OF '64 
VET'S TEXACO STATION 
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ROGER N. VIOLETTE, M.D. 
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MRS. WILLIAM F. CONNELLY 
MISS MARY DONOVAN 
MISS MARGARET DONOVAN 
MISS LEONORA DONOVAN 
MR. & MRS. MARUJO 
MRS. ALMA LEVESQUE 
MAUREEN REIDY 
MR. & MRS. FRED HUNT 
MR. & MRS. JOHN J. FLYNN 
MUSIC BOX 
McDERMOTT'S DINER 
PETER DONNELLY 
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